Administrative and Business

University of Arkansas administrative services include document imaging and management, faculty information system, student information system (UAConnect), finance and HR system (Workday), and reporting and analytics (Data Warehouse).

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Electronic Signature Licensing

Electronic signature licensing is available by request for faculty and staff members who require electronic signature services for their business processes. Adobe Sign is the recommended solution for managing electronic signatures. DocuSign is also available through the U of A System office. Both services provide features such as signature requests, audit trail, multi-party signing, customizable templates and mobile apps.
Other options that do not require special licensing or requests include Adobe Fill & Sign (for signers only) and Microsoft Forms (for submitting and approving simple requests). Use your UARK account credentials to sign into these services when performing university business.

Faculty Information Systems

CoursEval, Faculty Information Systems (FIS, formerly DIgital Measures), Promotion and Tenure

Workday Finance and HR System

Workday is the university's finance and HR system.

Data Warehouse

Data Warehouse is a repository made up of over 270 tables of financial (purchasing, payroll, general ledger, etc.), academic (UAConnect) and historical BASIS data copied from live production systems at regular intervals where staff and faculty with appropriate access can run queries and reports of university data. The repository can be accessed with SAS Enterprise Guide (EG), the SAS Add-in for Excel, Microsoft Access, and the SAS Web Application.

Document Imaging & Management

Document imaging can be used by departments to securely store and retrieve all types of electronic documents, route them through workflows, annotate, digitally sign and add retention policy information. Documents in the system are managed by department, and access to documents is granted by the department. To find out which department manages a document or a document group, submit a request.

IT Asset Management

The IT Asset Management (ITAM) office is responsible for accepting and verifying shipments of IT assets, as well as delivering IT assets to the Purchasing department.
ITAM processes are supported by the IT Asset Management Policy.


UAConnect manages undergraduate and graduate student admissions, enrollment, records, and financial accounts.


Documentation on TeamDynamix for the Client Portal and the User Portal.

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Leaving the University and UARK Account Expiration

When you leave the university, your UARK account will be deleted and you will no longer be able to access UAConnect, Blackboard Learn, campus Wi-Fi, computer labs, Office 365 or other university services. All email, personal websites and saved files will be purged. University-licensed software must be removed from your personal devices.